Trivia: What is NOT a tool that helps birds of prey hunt?
Correct Answer: Echolocation
So why is this answer correct? : Unlike bats, birds of prey do not use echolocation — a technique used to map their surroundings or prey based on sound — to hunt for food. Most raptor species rely on their keen eyesight to spot and hunt prey. Most of these birds hunt during the day, swooping down and hooking prey with their talons before carrying them away to be eaten.